UPDATE September 27, 2011 : Two emails were sent to the PR department and still no response.
Sure enough as I was jogging last week, I noticed a small black cat crossing the street just one block north of my building in an area dotted with homeless people eating or sleeping on the sidewalk. I slowed down to a slow-motion walk to get close to the black kitty. This was not Sonny, or Cher or Nicky, or Scotty. This was a new cat! Oh no! Immediately I turned and asked all the homeless men if they had seen this cat before. Most said no but one man said yes and that he regularly fed the kitty leftovers. Then he continued "there's a mama cat that gave birth to a litter of five kittens but one or two already died". I learned they live in the gated lot of Florida Power & Light.
I will be contacting FPL to alert them and ask for their participation in funding the TNR efforts (Trap, Neuter, Return). Let's hope the decision-makers are open to learning the facts and quickly stop the overpopulation of homeless cats. I'll keep everyone posted!
Wish me luck!